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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) recently organized a meeting in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement, Kyegegwa district, for stakeholders to discuss sustainable operation and maintenance of water systems.
IOM Uganda and its implementing partners recently organized a series of public campaigns to raise awareness about human trafficking.
CERF and IOM continue providing emergency water, sanitation and hygiene assistance to Congolese and South Sudanese refugees and host communities.
Charles Ndagijimana is among a family of seven who arrived in Uganda from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Saif's amazing journey: "Back then, my actions were not very good... I am becoming a better person."
VIDEO: When Uganda Police met with city slum dwellersTown hall meeting between Police and slum dwellers; organized by EU-funded SSCoS project
IOM - CERF project evacuates stranded Congolese refugeesIOM project supported by UN Central Emergency Response Fund
Some of IOM Uganda’s Figures
Kampala city slums supported by the European Union Trust Fund
Youths from four Kampala city slums received approval to get Small Business Start-ups kits; distribution ongoing.
Residents and police officers took part in Town Hall meetings in four Kampala city slums
Female beneficiaries of IOM’s Counter-Trafficking and Voluntary Return initiatives
Applications processed by The Visa Application Centre in 2017
Refugees resettled to third countries in 2017
Pre-departure Migration Health Assessments conducted in 2017
Refugees and Ugandans benefitting from WASH interventions in West Nile